What do you associate Belgium with? International politics? Maybe. Chocolate? That’s better. Maybe waffles? Even better! And probably beer? There you go! We at BroadwayPass enjoy all of them (carefully of course), and yes, international politics, too.
Seafood is a BroadwayPass favorite. However, one trick with it is to find it fresh. Crab House All You Can Eat Seafood is such a place. At just a walking distance from Times Square and Theater District.
Pure Ktchen is your place if you’ve set those goals. Its amazing location near three subway stations – 50th Street, 50th Street and Broadway and 49th Street, on an intersection of 9th Avenue, Pure Kitchen is an easy location if you’re out to see some shows (The Gershwin and Broadway Theatre are near if you want to see “Wicked!” and “West Side Story”, as well as many more with BroadwayPass.
The Vietnamese cuisine is quickly gaining on the Japanese, Chinese, Indian and Thai cuisine, mostly due to being very healthy. The common ingredients include a lot of rice, chicken, fish, some pork and a lot of spices. The vegetarians aren’t forgotten and there are some delicious tofu dishes for them.
You can guess a place is healthy when it has parsley in its name, and Dill & Parsley fits this idea perfectly. And the cool thing is that you can make your own food. They combine fast food with the health benefits of the Eastern Mediterranean, perfect fit for those who are in a hurry but want to keep yourself (or get) in shape.
Eggs are the highlight in Blue Dog’s menu. We in BroadwayPass know how good is to have them in your breakfast, how nutritious, healthy, and tasty they are. In the Signature Breakfast, you have them mixed with a lot of ingredients like spinach, Canadian bacon, avocado, Jalapenos, and can be served on English muffins, and tortilla.
We all have our tastes. Some of us like hot, others – sour, and many people have a sweet tooth. Many of us, when at a restaurant, tell the waiter “include this, exclude that, more of this”. Well, Red Poke has an answer – they give you the opportunity to channel your inner Jamie Oliver (or Gordon Ramsay) and “build” your own meal.
Where is one of the best places where you can taste modern-day Japan? Maybe to grab some sushi, tempura, fish or tasty rice? Or maybe a drink after an evening at the theatres? Head down to Natsumi for all of those!
KungFu Kitchen is pretty famous around. The restaurant was featured in NBC 4’s News, Eater New York’s 24 Terrific New York Chinese Restaurants, and even got an article in “The New York Times”!
What better way to start your day than some freshly-squeezed juice or smoothie with a freshly baked bagel? Or get a bowl of purple gold? And all this in the heart Theater District? “Fresh from Hell” is the place to visit!